Artist's description:

This piece is a part of a larger body of work in which I investigate the relationship between and viewer and a landscape, when the architectural window separates the two. The image we see here is muted - there is barely any color - but it's almost as if we are seeing the mountains through a foggy, colorless lens. What we see is still beautiful - but it isn't clear, and it isn't real. It is only an illusion of closeness to this beautiful landscape, questioning the viewer: how much we can really relate to nature when we experience it solely through this window?

Materials used:

wood, oil

Shift in Perspective (2016)


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This artwork is sold by Leah Lewman from United States

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Leah Lewman

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